The best fashion at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival – WWD

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The Toronto International Film Festival has delivered many major fashion moments over the past week.

The 47th annual film festival brought together many of today’s biggest celebrities to launch the most anticipated films of the season. One of those movies was the upcoming drama “My Policeman,” starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin. The two stars, who are styled by Harry Lambert, had some standout fashion moments on the red carpet with looks by Gucci and Miu Miu, respectively.

Taylor Swift also made an impression at the Toronto Film Festival, attending a special screening of her short film “All Too Well,” wearing a custom-made gold sequined dress by Louis Vuitton.

Here, WWD sums up some of the most notable fashion moments from the Toronto International Film Festival. Scroll to find out more.

Gabrielle Union in Vivienne Westwood

Gabrielle Union attends the premiere of ‘The Inspection’ during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

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Union helped kick off the Toronto International Film Festival on the opening night premiere of her film ‘The Inspection,’ wearing an eye-catching look by Vivienne Westwood. Union’s look was a black satin dress with a corset-like top and a thigh-high slit. She paired the look with an oversized necklace also from Vivienne Westwood and other jewelry from brands like Melinda Maria and Graziela Gems.

Harry Styles in Gucci

Harry Styles at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

Following his appearance at the Venice Film Festival, Styles attended the Toronto International Film Festival to launch his latest film, “My Policeman.” Styles went with his must-have designer label, Gucci, for the red carpet wearing an emerald green double-breasted suit jacket with a matching satin oversized floral brooch paired with lime green trousers and the top handle bag Gucci Bamboo 1947 upper.

Emma Corrin in Miu Miu

Emma Corrin at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

Corrin joined Styles at the premiere of their movie “My Policeman” in their own fashion look. Corrin walked the red carpet wearing a black high-cut Miu Miu bodysuit accented with a black train. They accessorized the look with Cartier jewelry, wearing the Panthère de Cartier Haute Joaillerie earrings with emeralds and a matching emerald ring.

Taylor Swift in Louis Vuitton

Taylor Swift at the 2022 International Film Festival.

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Swift attended a special screening of her short film “All Too Well,” during the film festival, wearing a custom dress from Louis Vuitton. The Grammy-winning musician’s dress featured gold sequin embroidery and gold chain decoration.

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

Jennifer Lawrence attends the ‘Causeway’ premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

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Lawrence attended the premiere of “Causeway” at the film festival wearing a dress from Dior’s fall 2022 couture collection. The Oscar-winning actress’ look was a sheer black chiffon dress worn over high-waisted black shorts.

Janelle Monae in Iris van Herpen

Janelle Monáe attends the world premiere of Netflix’s ‘Glass Onion’ at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Monáe joined the cast of “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” during the film festival wearing an edgy dress from Iris van Herpen’s Fall 2022 couture collection. Monáe’s dress featured a three-dimensional bodice and a cascading train. The musician paired the look with Pamela Love earrings.

Claire Foy in Prada

Claire Foy at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

Foy attended the premiere of her new movie “Women Talking” in a custom Prada look. Foy’s look was a strapless black satin gown with appliqué stones.

Jessie Buckley in Erdem

Jessie Buckley attends the ‘Women Talking’ premiere during the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

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Buckley also attended the premiere of “Women Talking” in her own unique look. The actress wore a light blue meadow-inspired dress from Erdem’s Spring 2019 collection.

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